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. >> oh, but america, ice cream does not love us back. coming up, why soothing that sweet tooth could be putting your heart at risk. >> remember, both sugar and salt are in ice cream. it's a double killer. first a look ahead, the president's schedule. we told you about the big meeting with the senate judiciary folks. he's going to be sitting down within john harwood. you're watching "the daily rundown" on msnbc. finally, what i love is what my skin needs. for the first time, discover exotic fragrances... and rich moisture from aveeno, the naturals brand dermatologists trust most. introducing positively nourishing moisturizers. with active naturals, they're clinically tested... to lock in moisture for 24 hours. now, skin can be soft and beautifully fragrant. that's the best of both worlds. new positively nourishing. and experience our enticing body washes, too. only from aveeno. that's the beauty of nature and science. even if you think your mattress is just fine... ask me what it's like to get your best night's sleep every night. why not talk to someone who's sleeping on the most high
and illinois to continue another campaign of sorts. selling the recovery to small town rural america, which in these parts is still hurting a little bit. at a town hall yesterday, the president avoid the goldman chaos back in washington. he didn't have any four-letter words to drop but did get in a dig at republicans who he says a are blow blocking efforts to reform banking laws. take a listen how he basically says arizona has legalized racial profiling. >> you can imagine if you are a hispanic american in arizona, your great grandparents may have been there before arizona was even a state. but now suddenly, if you don't have your papers and you took your kid out to get ice cream, you're going to be harassed. that's something that could potentially happen. that's not the right way to go. >> now, savannah, that was part of a town hall. he wasn't planning on making immigration remarks but the audience knowing it was the news decided to ask. another issue in the news though that he avoided has been goldman. all that stuff was happening yesterday. he didn't say a word about goldman. it will be
>> time now to reward america with what we've been thinking about lately. what have you been thinking about? >> two words sal mineo. that is what i learned today. >> really? that's good. go do your show. >> bye-bye, daily run down next. >> i've learned what i want willie to bring me back from the masters, i want some john daly flip-flops. sweet. >> pat buchanan. >> we're on the back nine culturally. >> i learned sal mineo and sol linowitz are not the same person. >> i've learned willie paid attention in history because he knows that ike used to play golf at augusta. very good. >> that was the one day i showed up for class, mike. i learned here at augusta national, we are fortunate to have vera lind dent's caramel cake. she brought them to us. i hope they're as good as she is a character. vera lynn dent. can't wait to bite into these. we'll do that while you watch t "the daily rundown." >> the most radical president in american history has now thrown down the gauntlet to the american people. he has said i run a machine, i own washington. and there's nothing you can do about it
heard round the world. that vol canic ash is now making its way to north america. nbc's chief science and health correspondent bob bazell is in iceland for us this morning. it's coming to north america. do we have to worry? is this an air quality issue? is this going to create havoc now on north american flights? >> chuck, you know, you don't have to worry one bit about that. i have to say something else. savannah was yoet quoted in the newspaper about how to pronounce it. i had to come to iceland. it's affal yokal. >> who are you calling a yokal. >> i'm really proud of that. >> you're showing off. >> i will worked on that all the way over. but i walked under the volcano this morning. there's an enormous amount of ash coming out in the immediate area. the plume is down to about 10,000 feet high. it was 30,000 feet yesterday. that's a good sign. nobody knows what's going to happen with it in the future. this is one of the least studied volcanos even in iceland which has about 70 active volcanoes. there's not a lot of ability to predict what's going to happen next. of course, there's a
? >> on the occasion of our birthday, where america's leaders start their day and this is where my day ends. >> gets on a park bench in central park. willie geist, what have you learned this morning? >> reporter: i learned at the augusta municipal course from one wise man, who said, don't blame tiger, if you put a man in a bin full of apples, don't be mad when he takes a bite. >> oh, my goodness. that is brilliant. okay. and i've learned that tomorrow on "morning joe" we're going to be having an event. mike barnicle and savannah guthrie are going to be -- it's going to be "morning mike." >> that will be a mess. that is awful. >> guys, what time is it? >> it's "morning joe." but right now it's time for "the daily rundown" with chuck and savannah. >>> signed, sealed, delivered, but not yet ratified. can president obama get the landmark nuclear pact with russia through the senate? we're live in prague this morning. >>> plus up in the air and above the law. a qatari diplomat sets off a terrorism scare aboard a united flight. why there won't likely be any charges. good morning. it's april 8th, 2010. i'm
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of america. i have so much that i can do. you know, there is nothing confining about this experience. i have the luxury of choosing whatever issue that i care most deeply about and trying to take it to the next level. i'm not confined by congress or by a job description. i can be led by the things that i care deeply about. >> how has this last year, this office, changed your husband for the better and for the worse? >> for the better, you know, i think he has more time with family. you know, we say this all the time, but it is really true. because he works above the -- below the -- or above the store, below the store, chaefr owhiche it is, he's close. we have dinner every night, we spend weekends together, and when you compare that to the life of a candidate, a presidential candidate for two year, i think he had maybe a couple weeks off over the last two years, this is really good. so that's been the better. you know, i haven't seen the changes in him for the worst. i think these are -- these are difficult times, and i think he desperately wants to make sure that he's doing the right thing,
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realize they share a common goal. america's beverage companies have removed full-calorie soft drinks from schools, reducing beverage calories by 88%. together with schools, we're helping kids make more balanced choices every day. ♪ >>> well, the floor debate starts in just three hours now on the senate wall street reform bill. democrats finally won republican support after abandoning the proposed $50 billion fund to wind down failing banks. >> but many republicans say they only ended their standoff because it was the smart move politically. republican senator saxby chambliss says he conceded to maintain the party's credibility. he joins us now. senator, we know one of the big sticking points, at least for you, thood do with this derivatives legislation that arkansas senator, democratic senator blanche lincoln was pushing. it's apparently part of the, quote, unquote, new bill, i guess, that will end up getting approved to replace the original dodd bill. are you still going to fight this part of the bill? >> we sure are, chuck. this is an overreach. it has enormous consequences out in mai
? >> this is believed to be the first american ever to be put on the america's top target list for terrorist targets. not only here but around the world. and you know, he's got a long list, this anwar al awlaki, a u.s. born muslim cleric first started as an al qaeda recruiter who had connections to the 9/11 and even connections to that christmas day bomber who tried to blow himself up on a plane trying to land there in detroit on christmas day. but what's particularly disconcerting to u.s. officials is that counter-terrorism officials tell nbc news awlaki has gone from just a spiritual adviser, a recruiter to actively planning terrorist attack. they believe he's probably one of the top terrorist threats against the united states right now which make him a legitimate target for either capturing or killing, savannah. >> all right, jim miklaszewski for us at the pentagon with that. for some striking news and for others wondering why that hasn't been done sooner. moving on, you'll eyes will be on augusta, georgia tomorrow as tiger woods tees off for the very first time since that november car accident a
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overseas trip. >>> and the first man on the moon says president obama will put america on a long downhill slide to mediocrity if the u.s. cancels manned flights to space. it's april 14th, 2010. i'm chuck todd live in washington. >> good morning. i'm savannah guthrie live in mexico city. let's get to the rundown and chuck, we're going to start right here in mexico city. the first lady is making her first solo international trip and kicking off her international agenda. it's all about engaging the country's youth here. she's going to meet with primary school children today, give a speech to older students at a university here. she arrive last night. greeted by a group of young people actually. this morning planning to meet with the first lady of mexico who mrs. obama has a lot in common with. they're both lawyers, both pretty popular in their countries. both have spoken out on childhood obesity, for example. they are planning to tour the national anthropology museum this morning. as you know, before coming here the first lady and dr. jill biden paid a surprise unannounced stop to haiti and
.2 billion in north america. you compare that with a year ago, that's almost $2 billion better. clearly big news from ford and expected to be solidly profitable for the remainder of the year. >> real quickly, phil, i can't but imagine that toyota's troubles have to factor into this. toyota's loss is ford's gain? >> absolutely. i think there's no doubt that the problems with toyota at least brought people into ford show rooms to look at vehicles. the research has shown for all the american automakers, once you get people into the show room, you've got a good chance of closing the sale. >> phil lebeau, thank you so much. >>> off the coast of louisiana, that massive oil spill may reach land by saturday and crews are working around the clock to stop that. nbc's ron mott is in new orleans this morning. ron, what are they doing to try to stem the tide of this massive oil spill? >> reporter: hey there good morning. you can see the agitated lake pontchartrain behind me. officials off the gulf trying to scoop up all that oil have their work cut out for them today. probably are dealing with six to se
, steele also told "good morning america" he is not stepping down but some senior republicans aren't rushing to his defense. here's what senator jon kyl had to say when asked if steele should remain as rnc chairman. >> well, i'm not in the position of the people who elect michael steele to either say he should step down or not. this kind of thing has got to stop or they won't get any contributions. the people that contribute to the committees both democrat and republican want to know their money is well spent for the cause and it needs to be that way. >> wow, that was the number two republican in the senate, not exactly giving a ringing endorsement to michael steele. finally economic advisers are touting a slow but steady recovery. larry summers said positive jobs report shows the trend has turned, but there's still a lot more to do. >> we've got a long way to go. we've inherited a terrible situation, the most pressing economic problems since the great depression in our country. it is the president's preoccupation to put people back to work. >> and just who is the tea party? coming
this is the right thing to do for america and then he said it's the right thick thing-to-do for florida. this is a guy whose ambition doesn't stop the u.s. senate. >> at the does win and strike gold here, he's going to be a humongous national player. but if he loses or if he has future ambitions, it's going to be very difficult. he can't run as an independent for president. probably the only people who have success or no one's had success. you almost have to be a billionaire like mike bloomberg to do that. the money is going to be very difficult for charlie crist. >> mark murray on top of the story. he's a governor. governors allow you interesting platforms at times of emergency. right now, we're going to see one with the oil. charlie crist going to be on top of this. and hurricane season happens to be during campaign season. after that open mike gaut caught gordon brown talking trash about a voter, his opponents tried to pile on in the final debate before the british election. take a lis. >> and this prime minister and this government have left our economy in such a complete mess. >> w
general electric and bank of america reported much better than expected first quarter earnings. general electric is the parent company of nbc it, msnbc and cnbc. joining us now, reporter steve liesman. the snapshot, what does it tell us where the economy stands now? i had a long conversation with somebody the other day about this, and there was a lot of optimism among i'd say the statistics guys in in that this is a real recovery. >> yeah, the tenor of the commentary has changed. you're absolutely right from a fragile recovery to an economy not out of the woods to one that is now seen more as a sustainable recovery with several asterisks attached to that comment. we've had better manufacturing data, surprisingly better consumer spending data, good manufacturing data, and this morning, we even got some decent housing data. starts up more than expected by economists with a huge odd man out here, we've had two weeks of bad weekly jobless claims. more americans filing for insurance. the government is telling us that's all about the easter week and seasonal adjustments and things will improv
assistance and courtesy transportation, it's the best coverage in america. drivers. and that means you, savannah guthrie. stay clear of downtown d.c. >> the rest of the drivers should be scared of me. >> nearly 50 heads of state are gathering today called for by an american president since beak the attempt to create the united nations in 1945. >> for the next two days, the white house hopes to focus the world's attention on the dangers of loose nuclear weapons and materials. >> the single biggest threat to u.s. security both short term, medium term and long-term would be the possibility of a terrorist organization obtaining a nuclear weapon. >> msnbc's chief washington correspondent norah o'donnell is covering the summit. i'll use a former washington seek we've used. what are the deliverables supposed to come out of this summit, norah? >> well, they are hoping not for some sort of gauzy vague statement but a communique that will spell out exactly how they can secure some of these loose nukes over the next four years. the white house is calling this an unprecedented meeting, a global su
of world news america. we were talking off camera. this televised debate is transforming british politics before our eyes. >> exactly. let's get one thing straight. the brits had never had this sort of debate and secondly, we don't have televised debates ever. you guys get used to debates because you see them all the time. campaigns drag on for months if not years. this debate happens for the first time two weeks ago and blows apart british politics. the second debate last night wasn't quite as dramatic as the first debate. clegg was not the outright winner but held his own. >> i was struck visually, he's in the middle trying to run a centrist and visually he wins. >> they do the positioning on stage by ballot. he got lucky. >> yes, did he. >> here's the point. he held his own. david cameron upped his game as you indicated but the real winner of this debate was gordon brown. >> he seemed much more prepared. >> the man from scotland. yesterday's porridge has been reheated. >> he seemed very prepared this time. >> you know what, brown has always been misunderestimated. when his back sup aga
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